AceShowbiz - Wendy Williams has proven that she can do things on her own. The former "The Wendy Williams Show" host has shown a cold response to a fan who offered to assist and help her walk.
In a new TikTok video posted by Queen Nurys, who goes by @queennurys, the skinny-looking 58-year-old former daytime TV queen could be seen exiting her SUV in New York City. Though she was recently quoted saying she has "the mind and body of a 25-year-old," this didn't stop her from demanding assistance getting onto the sidewalk. "I'm going," she said, proceeding to point to the ground, adding, "Somebody helps me."
While it's not clear if anyone came to her aid at first, Queen Nurys went on to show her own attempt moments later. The woman extends her phone-less hand to the former radio personality, to which she responds with an icy, "Oh no."
"I tried to help her but she had a nasty attitude like wtf," Queen Nurys wrote in the clip. The run-in, which has since amassed over 1.7 million views, saw a legion of fans coming to Wendy's defense.
Many made a point that Queen Nurys' gesture seemed insincere, following her trend of finding stars for likes. "The gaslighting is real," one user commented, "Imagine being in a vulnerable state, needing help but the only person with a hand out is ready to tell the world they did a good deed." Defending herself, Queen Nurys said she was simply a fan of "The Wendy Williams Show" and was going to ask her for a selfie.
Wendy's icy response aside, she recently revealed her desire to be on "The View", alongside Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar and Seth Meyers, in a bizarre rant. "I'm shopping for kitty litter because I have a wax museum in Paris and one in California," she told a fan while she's at a pet shop last week.
"I'm going for a week in Paris and then three weeks in California and then immediately fly back," she continued rambling on. "I want to be on TV, stuff like Seth Meyers, Joy Behar, Whoopi Goldberg, 'The View'. Stuff like that."
The bizarre rant came after it's reported that Wendy was filming a mystery project in NYC. Page Six reported on February 23 that Wendy filmed the so-called new project at Fresco by Scotto. Sources said the former radio personality, who has been lying low since battling health and addiction issues, took the power eatery by storm.
Indeed, Wendy hasn't been on screen since getting booted off her own show "The Wendy Williams Show" in June last year following months-long absence due to health issues. CBS cut the TV personality and replaced her show with Sherri Shepherd's "Sherri".